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Set up POP3 email in: Outlook 2010
Apr
4

Set up POP3 email in: Outlook 2010

Email Support David Rowlands

Please make sure you have all of your mail details before continuing

Please note: we provide these details as a courtesy to customers on how to configure this email application. We do not, however, provide support on how to use the software or the OS platform you are using.
For assistance on how to use this software or any software outside of the email application, please contact the respective software manufacturers, or visit their relevant online support pages.

Once you have your mail details, proceed to the following steps:

  1. Open Microsoft Outlook 2010.
  2. Click File.
  3. Select Info from the drop down menu.
  4. Click Account Settings.
  5. Select the Add and remove accounts option from the drop down.
  6. Under  the Email tab, click New.
    Note: If you are making changes to an existing account, you will see a list of email accounts that are set up in Outlook 2007 under the Email tab. Double click on the email account you want to make changes to and skip to step 9.
  7. Select Email Account radio option and complete the following information:
    Your Name: This is the name that appears when people are receiving your emails.
    Email Address: The email address you are sending email from.
    Password: The password used for this email account.
    Re-type Password: Again, the password used for this email account (for security reasons).
    Select Manually configure server settings or additional server types then click “Next”.
  8. Select the Internet Email radio option and click “Next”.
  9. Complete the Settings information:
    Your Name: The name you wish displayed when people receive your emails
    Email Address: The email address you are sending email from.
    Account Type: Select POP3 from the drop down.
    Incoming mail server: mail.digitaldevelopments.com.au
    Outgoing mail server: Your Internet Service Provider’s (ISP) outgoing mail server (as linked to above).
    User Name: The full email address is required, e.g. your-name@your-domain.com.au
    Password: The password used for this email account.
    It is up to the user to decide if they wish to create a new Outlook Data File or not, and this choice does not affect the connection to our servers.
  10. Click “More Settings”.
  11. Select the Outgoing Server tab.
  12. Select My outgoing mail sever (SMTP) requires authentication and Use same settings as incoming mail server.
  13. Select the Advanced tab.
    Users can choose whether to use SSL or not, we support both on our servers.
    With SSL Encryption
    This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL): Selected.
    Change the Outgoing server (SMTP) number to 110.
    Use the following type of encrypted connection: SSL.
    Note: Enabling SSL Encryption on shared email services may cause some warnings in your email software to appear.

    Without SSL Encryption
    This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL): Unselected.
    Change the Outgoing server (SMTP) number to 995.
    Use the following type of encrypted connection: None.

  14. Click “OK”.
  15. Click “Next” then “Finish”.

If you require further assistance in using the Outlook 2010 application, please visit the Official Outlook 2010 Support Page

About the Author - David Rowlands

Hello, I'm the owner of Digital Developments web design based in Melbourne. As a web designer I have extensive background experience designing and building websites for the real estate, building and the construction industries.

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